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 ancient genetic markers in sockeye salmon can help manage healthier fish stocks
ancient genetic markers in sockeye salmon can help manage healthier fish stocks

Sockeye salmon. Credit: Kyle Hawes, UBC OkanaganA recent study from UBC's Okanagan campus identifies new genetic markers in sockeye salmon that can help improve management of fish populations.
The markers, called single nucleotide polymorphisms, are individual locations in the genome that, in this case, allow researchers to distinguish between the different variants of sockeye salmon: those that spawn on lake shore or island beaches and those that spawn in rivers and streams."The obvious practical application is in fisheries management," says study senior author Michael Russello, biology professor at UBC Okanagan. "Until now, it was quite challenging and even impossible, in some cases, to identify these different variants outside the spawning season. But the new genetic markers provide a

ancient genetic markers in sockeye salmon can help manage healthier fish stocks

A recent study from UBC's Okanagan campus identifies new genetic markers in sockeye salmon that can help improve management of fish populations. The markers, called single nucleotide polymorphisms, are individual locations in the genome that, in this case, allow researchers to distinguish between the different variants of sockeye salmon: those that spawn on lake shore or island beaches and those that spawn in rivers and streams."The obvious practical application is in fisheries management," says study senior author Michael Russello, biology professor at UBC Okanagan. "Until now, it was quite challenging and even impossible, in some cases, to identify these different variants outside the spawning season. But the new genetic markers provide a fast, inexpensive and accurate way to tell them a

sockeye salmon removed from flood-threatened idaho hatchery

About 4,000 endangered Snake River sockeye salmon have been evacuated from a flood-threatened hatchery in southwestern Idaho.

plenty of fish? not if it's haddock or skate

Fish and chip shops across the UK are bracing themselves for a change to their menus after haddock from the North Sea was removed from a list of sustainable fish to eat.The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) downgraded the fish after stocks fell below the required levels needed for 'green' or 'safe to eat' status last year.Two fisheries in the North Sea now have a four out of five 'amber' rating on a scale where one is the most sustainable.Another in the west of Scotland has been downgraded to three, meaning 'eat only occasionally', the BBC reports.However, the Scottish Fishermen's Federation told the BBC that they believed haddock stocks were sufficient to meet demand.The MCS Good Fish Guide helps inform seafood fans which fish are currently abundant and which stocks are dangerously low.So

lice-hunting underwater drone protects salmon with lasers

Photo: Jerzy Strzelecki
A Fjord’s Friend: Aquaculture pens like these in Iceland, breed fish, but also the sea lice that feed off them.
The pens holding cold-water fish in the far North Sea fjords of Norway and quiet lochs of Scotland, whose depths are normally inky black after dark, now have an eerie night glow. There’s a perfectly rational explanation: Thousands of laser pulses are doing an important job, lighting up fish stocks in the latest bid to control a pesky parasite that can injure or even kill farmed salmon, and devastate an industry estimated to reel in about US $10 billion annually.The problem is sea lice, marine ectoparasites. Two particular sea lice species, Lepeophtheirus salmonis and Caligus elongatus, attach to salmon and sea trout, feeding off their tissues, blood, a

how to cook salmon in the oven

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If you want "easy, fancy," it doesn't get much better than roasted salmon fillets. It can be a mid-week date night, an al fresco meal with friends, or dinner with the in-laws, and salmon will rise to the occasion.
Today, we're showing you the easiest, simplest way to cook salmon in the oven. It's the kind of recipe to keep in your back pocket — though it's hardly a recipe at all. Make it once and you'll never wonder what to do with salmon again.
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The key to good salmon is not overthinking it. Today, all we're doing is rubbing the fillets with a little oil and sprinkling them with salt and pepper before popping them in the oven. Even thick fillets of salmon will cook very quickly so don't wander too far from the oven. Aim for 4 to 6 m

the vegetarian carnivore: can we really feed plants to salmon?

On the face of it, the idea of feeding plants to salmon and other carnivorous fish might seem ludicrous, but it’s something that has been developing for a number of years. Fish feed is a whole industry in itself – one that generates substantial research to create the ‘optimal’ feed for securing fish health and growth, and of course be cost-effective. Thanks to innovative recipes, the amount of fishmeal used in feed has been declining in developed nations. In 1995, for example, 45% of salmon compound feed was fishmeal but by 2008, this had dropped to 20%, and is predicted to drop to around 12% by 2020.  Some of this fishmeal has been replaced with agriculture and fishery waste. Some of it has come from plants.Whilst adding plants to feed is possible, the difficulty in creating a 100% plant-

truckloads of tiny fish hauled to river in restoration plan

In this Thursday, March 9, 2017 photo, a juvenile coho salmon is held by a fish biologist from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, after 500,000 smolts were released into the Lostine River in northeastern Oregon. The release is part of a project to restore coho salmon to the Snake River Basin, where they haven't been seen for more than 30 years. The fish were trucked from a hatchery outside Portland 300 miles inland to the Lostine River in a joint project by the Nez Perce tribe and state wildlife officials. (AP Photo/Gillian Flaccus)These speckled, rose-tinted fish haven't been spotted in this bubbling river in remote northeastern Oregon for more than 30 years—until now.
But this week, the waters of the Lostine River suddenly came alive as hundreds of the 4- and 5-inch-long juven

oyster farming to benefit from new genetic screening tool

Oyster farmers are set to benefit from a new genetic tool that will help to prevent disease outbreaks and improve yields.The technology will enable hatcheries to rapidly assess the genetic make-up of their oysters, so they can select animals with desirable characteristics from which to breed.Scientists at the University of Edinburgh's Roslin Institute have developed a chip loaded with tens of thousands of pieces of DNA - each carrying a specific fragment of the oyster's genetic code.Using a tiny sample of DNA from each oyster, the chip can measure small genetic variations - known as Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms - that are linked to physical traits.The tool will initially be used to spot oysters that are resistant to Oyster Herpes Virus, a disease that causes major losses in young stocks

20 easy ways to serve fish for dinner

There are two camps of cooks when it comes to making fish for dinner: those who know that as long as you keep things super simple, a fast and flavorful meal is entirely possible, and those who don't cook fish often (there are so many questions about how to buy it, cook it, and serve it that it prevents them from making it a regular meal). These recipes are for both types of cooks.
From a sheet pan meal of salmon, veggies, and potatoes to a weeknight-friendly fish sandwich, our philosophy when it comes to fish for dinner is to keep things simple. Here are a few of our best ideas to inspire you.
Make It a One-Pan Meal
It doesn't get much easier than this. From skillets to sheet pans to foil packets, these are the tools that turn quick-cooking fish into a one-pan meal.
Foolproof Salmon B

recipe: sheet pan salmon with potatoes and asparagus

Want a simple way to make salmon even more delicious? Spicy Dijon mustard, maple syrup, and a splash of apple cider vinegar join forces to turn basic salmon fillets into a flavorful dinner that will far exceed your weeknight expectations.
And since this whole meal of fish, crispy potatoes, and asparagus cooks on a single sheet pan, you won't be staring down a sink full of dishes later.
Sheet Pan Mustard-Maple Salmon: Watch the VideoTreat Salmon to a Quick Pantry Sauce
Consider this tangy mustard and maple sauce your secret trick for roasting salmon without drying it out. It works well with the rich flavors of salmon and serves as marinade that helps to keep the filets flaky and tender as they cook.
(Image credit: Lauren Volo)Embrace the "Meanwhile"
My go-to tactic for making dinner

largest psoriasis meta-analysis to date yields new genetic clues

IMAGE: Elder's team has identified 16 additional genetic markers, which will help researchers get closer to understanding how -- and why -- psoriasis develops.
view more Credit: Michigan MedicineIt's one of the most common immune-mediated diseases in the U.S., causing red, patchy and scaly marks on the skin. Yet the 1 to 2 percent of the population who have psoriasis are still left to wonder why.A new study builds on the genetic architecture of psoriasis, the next step toward answering what in the genes causes the disease. University of Michigan researchers, working with partners across the globe, published the work in Nature Communications. It's the most recent publication in long-standing psoriasis work at U-M."We know there are a lot of genes, each with a relatively small effect, in p

30-minute sheet pan salmon | kitchn

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Looking for a complete, wholesome meal to make for dinner this week? I've got just the recipe for you, and it only requires one sheet pan and 30 minutes of your time!
The key to a perfectly cooked sheet pan meal is all in the timing. You first roast some baby potatoes and green beans on the sheet pan (for about 10 minutes), and then add the salmon and cherry tomatoes. This way you avoid underdone potatoes or overcooked fish!
Now, let's talk about the star of this dish — the salmon. You spread some honey mustard on top of each fillet, then add a mixture of panko breadcrumbs, fresh parsley, and Parmesan cheese. This super-flavorful crust gets crispy in the oven, which contrasts nicely with the tender veggies.
Once everything is baked, simply bring the s

recipe: sheet pan salmon with potatoes and asparagus

Want a simple way to make salmon even more delicious? Spicy Dijon mustard, maple syrup, and a splash of apple cider vinegar join forces to turn basic salmon fillets into a flavorful dinner that will far exceed your weeknight expectations.
And since this whole meal of fish, crispy potatoes, and asparagus cooks on a single sheet pan, you won't be staring down a sink full of dishes later.
Treat Salmon to a Quick Pantry Sauce
Consider this tangy mustard and maple sauce your secret trick for roasting salmon without drying it out. It works well with the rich flavors of salmon and serves as marinade that helps to keep the filets flaky and tender as they cook.
(Image credit: Lauren Volo)Embrace the "Meanwhile"
My go-to tactic for making dinner prep as efficient and speedy as possible is to

ten things you need to know today: monday 20 mar 2017

Fish and chip shops across the UK are bracing themselves for a change to their menus after haddock from the North Sea was removed from a list of sustainable fish to eat.The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) downgraded the fish after stocks fell below the required levels needed for 'green' or 'safe to eat' status last year.Two fisheries in the North Sea now have a four out of five 'amber' rating on a scale where one is the most sustainable. Another in the west of Scotland has been downgraded to three, meaning 'eat only occasionally', the BBC reports.

your guide to never overcooking fish again

Fish in Crazy Water(Image credit: Maria Midoes)
Cooking fish at home can be tricky. Because it's lean and relatively quick-cooking, the line between just-right and dry, overcooked fish is really quite thin — especially with baking and grilling.
But what if I told you there's a nearly foolproof solution that will help you avoid overcooking and the super-dry, flaky result that comes with it? If you're thinking it sounds too good to be true, it's not. Here's the secret.
Poaching and Braising Are Your Insurance Policy
Consider poaching and braising your insurance policy for tender, juicy, well-cooked fish every time. When it comes to preparing fish, whether it's salmon, cod, halibut, or any of your other favorites, these two cooking methods are easily the most forgiving. Leave the fish

ancient southern china fish may have evolved prior to the 'age of fish'

Life restoration of Sparalepis tingi (foreground) and other fauna from the Kuanti Formation. Credit: Brian ChooAn ancient fish species with unusual scales and teeth from the Kuanti Formation in southern China may have evolved prior to the "Age of Fish", according to a study published March 8, 2017 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Brian Choo from Flinders University, Australia, and colleagues at the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, China.
The Devonian Period (419.2 - 358.9 million years ago) is popularly called the "Age of Fishes" because of the apparent increase in the abundance and variety of jawed fishes when compared with the preceding Silurian Period (443.7 - 419.2 million years ago). Until recently, the Silurian fossil record of jawed vertebrates has

17 skillet dinners you can make in 30 minutes

One-skillet meals are something we turn to often because we know what they promise: a manageable list of ingredients usually full of the foods we often have on hand (eggs, chicken thighs, a can of beans, maybe a few frozen fillets of salmon), a shorter cook time (because longer than an hour on weekdays isn't often possible), and a delicious dish to share at the family table or to save for tomorrow's lunch. From comforting pastas, to fast and fancy fish dinners, to pizza, there are so many possibilities. Here are 17 recipes to prove it.
Pasta (and Gnocchi!) Skillets
Lean on quick-cooking pasta shapes, like orzo and elbow macaroni, and there's no need to boil it separately from the veggies and protein you're tossing it with. Instead, it can all go in one skillet and get cooked up togethe

archaeogeneticist pinpoints indian population origins using today's populace

IMAGE: This is archaeogeneticist Marine Silva from the University of Huddersfield pinpoints Indian origins using today's populace.
view more Credit: University of HuddersfieldIN addition to its vast patchwork of languages, cultures and religions, the Indian Subcontinent also harbours huge genetic diversity. Where did its peoples originate? This is an area of huge controversy among scholars and scientists. A University of Huddersfield PhD student is lead author of an article that tries to answer the question using genetic evidence.A problem confronting archaeogenetic research into the origins of Indian populations is that there is a dearth of sources, such as preserved skeletal remains that can provide ancient DNA samples. Marina Silva and her co-authors have instead focused on people ali

new study identifies ancient shark ancestors

New research based on x-ray imaging provides the strongest evidence to date that sharks arose from a group of bony fishes called acanthodians. Analyzing an extraordinarily well-preserved fossil of an ancient sharklike fish, researchers identified it as an important transitional species that points to sharks as ancanthodians' living descendants. The work is published in the journal American Museum Novitates.

snacking on the job: ponies (and tweeting sheep) help restore ancient grasslands

New Forest ponies have been relocated to Sussex to work for the council, thanks to their munching skills.A small herd of seven ponies has been drafted in to join sheep in helping to preserve the grasslands around Brighton and Hove.This is the first time the council has used equine help to manage its green spaces.The ponies arrived on 6 February and have wintered “very well”, according to Sam Baldock who is in charge of the scheme.“So far I am really impressed with what they have done — I think the ponies and the sheep are a great combination,” Mr Baldock told H&H.They are currently grazing 19 Acres — a stretch of chalk downland that runs along the west of Devil’s Dyke road, close to the A27 Brighton bypass.Article continues below…You might also be interested in:Be wealthier, healthier, hap

foods that will help you get to sleep

Fish like tuna and salmon contain high amounts of vitamin B6, which your body uses to make melatonin and serotonin. These compounds are what your body uses to help you go to sleep. Eat it from a can for a midnight snack or with your dinner to make sure you catch enough Zs.

recipe: smoked salmon and crème fraîche kettle chips

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Top a ho-hum potato chip with a little smoked salmon, crème fraîche, lemon zest, and chives, and suddenly it's dressed to the nines, ready for one of those serious cocktail parties. These chips are so good, though, that it would be a shame to save them for such an event. Instead, invite a few friends over tonight, pop open a bottle of wine (we'll tell you which!), and make this appetizer immediately.
One Classy App, Made Possible by Potato Chips
These one-bite cocktail snacks truly feel special and yet they couldn't be faster to throw together. Pick out the best-looking kettle chips from the bag and garnish them with smoked salmon, crème fraîche, lemon zest, and chives. The tangy crème fraîche contrasts the salty chips and smoky fish, while the lemon z

gefilte fish and horseradish: a passover love affair

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"Gefilte fish without chrain (horseradish) is punishment enough," goes the old Yiddish proverb. Of course, as someone who's crazy enough to produce gefilte fish for a living, I disagree wholeheartedly. But I can't deny that the classic Jewish fish appetizer and its sinus-clearing condiment have a deep and meaningful relationship.
One of my earliest Jewish food memories is actually refusing to eat the gefilte fish offered to me during the seder meal. By the time I was born, my grandmother no longer made it fresh or bought the good stuff; she always served the gefilte fish from the jar.
Somehow, miraculously, I knew better than to eat it, even then. And because I never ate gefilte fish as a kid, I had no reason to eat horseradish. The two were intimately linke

study reveals 10,000 years of genetic continuity in northwest north america

IMAGE: Researchers are analyzing DNA from ancient individuals found in southeast Alaska, coastal British Columbia, Washington state and Montana. A new genetic analysis of some of these human remains finds that...
view more Credit: Graphic by Julie McMahon, University of IllinoisCHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- A study of the DNA in ancient skeletal remains adds to the evidence that indigenous groups living today in southern Alaska and the western coast of British Columbia are descendants of the first humans to make their home in northwest North America more than 10,000 years ago."Our analysis suggests that this is the same population living in this part of the world over time, so we have genetic continuity from 10,000 years ago to the present," said University of Illinois anthropology professor Ripan

parasitic fish offer evolutionary insights

Lamprey are slimy, parasitic eel-like fish, one of only two existing species of vertebrates that have no jaw. While many would be repulsed by these creatures, lamprey are exciting to biologists because they are so primitive, retaining many characteristics similar to their ancient ancestors and thus offering answers to some of life's biggest evolutionary questions. Now, by studying the lamprey, Caltech researchers have discovered an unexpected mechanism for the evolution of the neurons of the peripheral nervous system—nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord.

study reveals 10,000 years of genetic continuity in northwest north america

Researchers are analyzing DNA from ancient individuals found in southeast Alaska, coastal British Columbia, Washington state and Montana. A new genetic analysis of some of these human remains finds that many of today's indigenous peoples living in the same regions are descendants of ancient individuals dating to at least 10,300 years ago. Credit: Julie McMahon, University of IllinoisA study of the DNA in ancient skeletal remains adds to the evidence that indigenous groups living today in southern Alaska and the western coast of British Columbia are descendants of the first humans to make their home in northwest North America more than 10,000 years ago.
"Our analysis suggests that this is the same population living in this part of the world over time, so we have genetic continuity from 10

new study identifies ancient shark ancestors

New research based on x-ray imaging provides the strongest evidence to date that sharks arose from a group of bony fishes called acanthodians. Analyzing an extraordinarily well-preserved fossil of an ancient sharklike fish, researchers identified it as an important transitional species that points to sharks as ancanthodians' living descendants. The work is published in the journal American Museum Novitates."Major vertebrate evolutionary transitions, such as 'fin to limb' and 'dinosaur to bird' are substantiated by numerous fossil discoveries," said John Maisey, the lead author of the study and the Herbert R. and Evelyn Axelrod Research Curator in the American Museum of Natural History's Division of Paleontology. "By contrast, the much earlier rise of sharklike fishes within jawed vertebrat

new study identifies ancient shark ancestors

The Doliodus problematicus fossil specimen (scale bar 5 cm). Credit: American Museum of Natural HistoryNew research based on x-ray imaging provides the strongest evidence to date that sharks arose from a group of bony fishes called acanthodians. Analyzing an extraordinarily well-preserved fossil of an ancient sharklike fish, researchers identified it as an important transitional species that points to sharks as ancanthodians' living descendants. The work is published in the journal American Museum Novitates.
"Major vertebrate evolutionary transitions, such as 'fin to limb' and 'dinosaur to bird' are substantiated by numerous fossil discoveries," said John Maisey, the lead author of the study and the Herbert R. and Evelyn Axelrod Research Curator in the American Museum of Natural History'

report: california fish face extinction on increased level unless trends change

Nearly half of California's diverse types of native salmon, steelhead and trout are headed toward extinction in 50 years unless environmental trends are reversed, a team of scientists warn in a new report.

hair's a key to 'identity' but black students are being told to play it straight

Grace knew she was in trouble, but had no idea what she had done wrong.Last week, a teacher at Bentleigh Secondary College pulled the 16-year-old out of class and took her to a corridor, where her twin sister Tahbisa was waiting.
Grace (right) and her sister Tahbisa (left). Photo: Eddie JimThe students, who were born in South Sudan, were ordered to take out their braids by the weekend."We were told that our hair doesn't represent the school," Grace says. "It was a real shock."
Caleb Ernst's Mildura school told him to lose the dreads, or leave. Photo: Carmel Zaccone/Sunraysia DailyThe twins have worn braids since they were babies and say their state school is attacking their African culture."It's not a problem and it doesn't affect our education. They are asking us to look like everyone

restaurant fishweek | athens | april 3-15 | what’s on

TAGS:FoodCity guide Athinorama and the Greek branch of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), have organized the second annual Restaurant Fishweek, a campaign intended to raise awareness among consumers of the pressure put on fish stocks by irresponsible fishing and also by growing demand for a restricted range of fish and seafood, very often out of season. There are 32 restaurants taking part in this year's event, preparing a special menu that highlights the campaign's cause. To find out more, visit www.athinorama.gr (note that the site is not available in English).Online

cindy salmon's empowerment hour needs more oomph

COMEDY FESTIVALCINDY SALMON'S EMPOWERMENT HOUR ★★½Hayley TantauThe ForumUntil April 9Cindy Salmon (Hayley Tantau) is the archetypal modern, empowered woman.
Hayley Tantau in Cindy Salmon's Empowerment Hour. Photo: suppliedShe won an affirmative action court case in kindergarten, sleeps in a hot-pink blazer, has a "hat stand" for a husband and talks like a New Yorker – even though she's the most successful Australian woman you've never heard of.The Empowerment Hour is an Oprah-inspired live TV show peppered with loud horns, self-help books and "affirmative action figures". It starts off strong then quickly unravels, much like its host.Tantau only has a tiny room at the Forum, which complicates some of the audience participation – as when she fishes for discussion about being a parent, onl

genetic key to salt-tolerance discovered in tilapia fish

Most fish live either in fresh water or salt water, but others, including tilapia, have the remarkable ability to physiologically adjust to varying salinity levels—a trait that may be critically important as climate change begins to alter the salinity of ocean and coastal waters as well as the water in desert lakes and creeks.
To better understand such environmental flexibility, researchers at the University of California, Davis, have now identified short DNA segments in tilapia that influence the expression of the genes that regulate the fish's internal body chemistry in response to salinity stress.Additionally, the researchers developed an assay to identify similar regulatory DNA segments in the genomes of other fish species.The study will be published online during the week of March 1

recipe: salmon hash with yukon gold potatoes and herbs

Salmon's second life can take many shapes — croquettes, patties, a salad Niçoise, you name it — but any extra that shows up in my house is now going the way of this herby potato and salmon hash. While this dish lends itself to good eating any time of the day, I'm going to have to agree with Diane on it being an excellent choice for breakfast.
Reheating cooked salmon runs the high risk of a dry, chewy finished products, but with this recipe the salmon is one of the last items to go in. The majority of the flavor is built earlier in the recipe with the crispy potatoes (which you could cook in bacon fat if it so pleases you!), and then salmon swoops in and is cooked until just warmed through. Break out the hot sauce and your best poached egg for this one.
Serves 4 to 6
4 tablespoons unsal

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